-"Imagine a grizzly bear 40 feet tall, geysers exploding close enough to touch and grandeur that exceeds the imagination! Relive it all..." Topics: vhs, Natural Wonder Series, Yellowstone Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
This educational travelogue about Yellowstone National Park also serves as a promotional film for the Ansco camera company. It was produced by Bud and Edna Gamble and features Will Rogers, Jr. as host and narrator. As the Wilson family makes their way through the Park, they shoot many color and black and white pictures using various products in the Ansco line, from simple point and shoot cameras to an SLR with a telephoto lens. After their vacation the family relives the trip by watching a... Topics: Yellowstone National Park, Will Rogers Jr., Ansco, Camera, General Aniline & Film, Anscochrome,...
Created by the Ford Motor Company as a public service in the 1950s, "Vacation Land U.S.A." shows Yellowstone National Park as it appeared in the 1950s. Scenic highlights include mud pots, geysers including Old Faithful, wildlife, and stunning scenery. Since the film was underwritten by Ford, cars from that company are featured throughout -- and the unspoken premise of the film is that this is a destination you can visit via the automobile.This film is part of the Periscope Film... Topics: 1950s, Yellowstone National Park, Ford Motor Company, Old Faithful
byFederal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration
Rain water seeps beneath the earth's surface to form ground water. Diagrams the formation of artesian wells, hot springs, and geysers. "Old Faithful" in Yellowstone Park erupts. Describes the action of acid ground water in forming underground caverns, natural bridges, and petrified forests. Shows the Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico; Mammoth Cave, Kentucky; Natural Bridge, Virginia; and the petrified forests of Arizona.National Archives Identifier: 12343Local Identifier: 69.29*... Topics: Artesian wells, Mammoth Cave (Ky.), Motion pictures, National parks and reserves, Natural Bridge...
byNational Geographic Society (U.S.); Wolper Productions; Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
Special edited versionWith teacher's guide Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryDemonstrates various met./ia metd for gathering information on grizzly bears. Shows how Frank and John Craighead's studies may save him from extinction. Presents photographs of the grizzlies of Yellowstone National Park in their natural habitats. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Grizzly bear, National Parks conservation, Yellowstone National Park,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation